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TrueCar (TRUE) is falling Friday after reporting its fourth quarter results.
The most recent short interest data was recently released by the NASDAQ for the 01/30/2015 settlement date, and TrueCar Inc is one of the most shorted stocks of the Russell 3000, based on 6.20 "days to cover" versus the median component at 5.24. There are a number of ways to look at short data, but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded.
Surge in TrueCar Certified Dealer Network Accelerates Push to Enhance Car-Buying for Consumers and Dealers
This week, we added to two names in the model portfolio and exited another, as earnings season shifted into full gear.
Earnings reports citing demand destruction are concerning. We'll add to tech instead.
There was no trading activity in the model portfolio this week, as the market responded positively to the ECB's monetary plans.
This week, we locked in substantial gains in one position, and added to holdings in two other names in the model portfolio.
TrueCar participated in the sale of more than 600,000 new cars in 2014, its first year as a public company, said its founder and CEO Scott Painter.
This week, we added to one position and exited another in the model portfolio, as the broader market was volatile.
Chrysler is expected to cap a successful year with a 20% sales gain in December, as overall auto sales are projected to rise about 10% for the month.
With the FOMC announcement providing fuel for a year-end rally, we added to our position in one model portfolio name.
After almost going bust in 2012, TrueCar has regained its footing and is poised to become the Zillow of the cary industry.
Amid a continued oil price-dominated market, we added to holdings in one model portfolio name after its strong quarterly results.
Cramer likes Acadia Pharmaceuticals and TrueCar but is avoiding Agrium.
Cramer will be watching company earnings while keeping an eye on oil futures to get a sense of where the market will move.
We see TrueCar as a game changer and believe 2015 will be an interesting ride.
As oil prices continued to dominate the market's focus this week, we sold some shares of one model portfolio name for a nice gain.
The Trifecta fundamentalist explains why he’s a true believer and added TRUE to his Breakout Stocks portfolio.
Breakout Stocks & Trifecta Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg, CFA, touts TrueCar as a stock to watch as auto sales rise.
The weakness in the price of oil caused tumult in the markets this week, and we added shares to two of our model portfolio positions.
Market sentiment seems to be dragging United Rentals and TrueCar lower today, so this is a good time to add shares.
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